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have seen in recent years after major storms. joining us now to talk all about this is bob mccarthy, "washington post" columnist, metro columnist, good to see you, sir. i won't shake your hand -- >> i hope you feel better soon. >> i do. thank you, i hope so as well. allison and i both suffering. let's talk about this because it's getting a lot of attention and the way that it is commonly being characterized, everyone is focusing on the one to -- $1 to $2 increase per month to help prevent power outages and get better service. so what most people are hearing is, what, i gotta pay extra for better service? that's not right. but break it down for us a little bit. there are a lot of recommendations. >> there are -- there's a lot of recommendations. it's more complicated than what you just described, although the extra dollar or two a month that the governor is talking about is what's getting people's attention. there's several aspects to this report. this is from a task force that the governor pointed in july to basically study what to do to help the electric grid after the recent storm
body keeps it safe? >> it's not only sterile, but your body takes can with you. so bob woodruff was able to travel with the bone in his belly and they could put it back back in the united states. >> truly remarkable. jamie, how has this whole experience changed you? >> do i have 25 minutes? i think, you know, the biggest change -- we all face, you know, the morning and decide how are we going to handle today? and i think the biggest thing that's changed is it's not really a decision anymore. i am so grateful the minute my feet touch the ground. sorry. i can still make breakfast. take my kids to school. the things that seem so mundane before. not mundane anymore. i'm just so thankful and happy. >> that's a good reminder for all of us. jamie and nick, so good to see you and doing well. >> thank you so much. >> you are truly a miracle, and doctor, thank you for being here too. >> my pleasure. >>> coming up next, we'll take a turn and tell you some simple, savvy and, yes, silly tips from the perfect blt to how to get the wax off your candle sticks. right after this. [ male announcer
what's the connection? what happens, i brought my friend bob with me, and you take an antibiotic, and the antibiotic kills the bad bacteria that we're all trying to kill but it also kills good bacteria. and the theory is, is that somehow the inflammation that occurs in the intensens from that change in bacteria leads to and perpetuates the risk for developing inflammatory bowel disease. >> okay. let's switch quickly to another topic. children and those video games. not all bad news, right? some of the games can help some of our kids get moving. >> i love this story. basically, what it is all about is they did a study looking at kids with interactive exercise video games. and they found that their metabolism went up by 100%. they could lose up to a pound a week, if they did it for about one or two hours a day. and what i love about this, is the fact that we are tackling something that is going to make children live less long than their parents for the first time in history. and obesity is a major epidemic. and a crisis in this country. >> i agree totally. we have 30 seconds, dr. m
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